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Chase.com is offering 60,000 Bonus Points ($750 towards travel) w/ $4000 Spent in the First 3 Months of Account Opening for their Sapphire Preferred Credit Card with $95 Annual Fee. Thanks brisar

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  • Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • 2X points on travel and dining at restaurants worldwide & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases.
  • No foreign transaction fees
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Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card.

Chase is offering 60,000 Bonus Points ($750 towards travel) w/ $4000 Spent in the First 3 Months of Account Opening for their Sapphire Preferred Credit Card with $95 Annual Fee.

  • Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • 2X points on travel and dining at restaurants worldwide & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases.
  • No foreign transaction fees


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Do the Southwest RR cards also have the 48 month stipulation?
Yes. They do
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Not a slick bonus. $600 for spending $4k. There are other cards that do better
Anything you suggest?
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Can you use this card to pay for all household bills... mortgage, cell, water electricity etc...
Look into Plastiq if interested in paying some household bills that are not conventionally paid with CCs. Any pmt system that accepts CC should be fine,
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Anything you suggest?
Depends on what you wanna do. If you travel particular airlines frequently, target those cards. Out of personal cards, the hottest card is the AMEX Plat. If you can pull the 100k offer, that's an easy gimme.
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Not a slick bonus. $600 for spending $4k. There are other cards that do better
don't fail to mention that if using the Chase portal to redeem you get an extra 1.25 of value so really it is potential $750.
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I'd get the csr as well since the net difference in fees is $55 assuming you collect on the $300 travel rebate
Get both with a MDD Smilie
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Look into Plastiq if interested in paying some household bills that are not conventionally paid with CCs. Any pmt system that accepts CC should be fine,
I was thinking if i can use a card to get points why not pay ALL household bills with as a win-win
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Depends on what you wanna do. If you travel particular airlines frequently, target those cards. Out of personal cards, the hottest card is the AMEX Plat. If you can pull the 100k offer, that's an easy gimme.
Once in life time tho
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Yes. They do
That's too bad, I just got the CP last year by opening up the personal and business card. Going to be a while before I can another CP if I have to wait 48 months from receiving the bonus points on those cards.

Also I had the Chase Sapphire Reserve and received the 100K miles back in November 2016. But I'm assuming the 48 month rule is retroactive to those who already had the card since the 48 month rule wasn't implemented till around August 2018? So I will have to wait till November 2020?
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I was thinking if i can use a card to get points why not pay ALL household bills with as a win-win
Because many things you may try to pay for will charge extra for using a CC. For example, I have a friend who's apt complex charges a flat rate of $70 for paying rent. He uses it only when he needs to meet spend req on a card and he'll put an extra $1-1.5k on it since it is a flat rate. In some cases that are % based - it may not be worth it since you are spending out of pocket to meet spend req. it's no longer a game of credit cards anymore and you are losing at this point because your profits will be marginal.
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Once in life time tho
Yes, this is assuming they have not had the card before. Still though, the AMEX Plat 100k is too good to pass up.
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That's too bad, I just got the CP last year by opening up the personal and business card. Going to be a while before I can another CP if I have to wait 48 months from receiving the bonus points on those cards.

Also I had the Chase Sapphire Reserve and received the 100K miles back in November 2016. But I'm assuming the 48 month rule is retroactive to those who already had the card since the 48 month rule wasn't implemented till around August 2018? So I will have to wait till November 2020?
If you have a spouse/SO, have them open it up till you are 48 months in. The simple answer to your question is yes. Even though when you signed up the bonus eligibility requirements were different, you are still subject to the new rulings. How do I know this? If you read the terms of the CSR / CSP application, it clearly states that you can not have earned the bonus for this same card in the last 48mos.
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don't fail to mention that if using the Chase portal to redeem you get an extra 1.25 of value so really it is potential $750. If you own the Reserve you can transfer points to it and redeem at 1.5 making this a $900 value.
Per the second post, if you have a CSR then you aren't eligible for the bonus on this sapphire card.
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Anything you suggest?
Google search credit card points guy. He reviews and ranks the current best offers out there
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Per the second post, if you have a CSR then you aren't eligible for the bonus on this sapphire card.
Ah, you are correct. Per the One Sapphire Rule. Will edit my post.
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Ah, you are correct. Per the One Sapphire Rule. Will edit my post.
That would have been a good deal though 😉
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